Twin Lakes Parkway - Phase III

2017 Construction Resumes April 25

Work on Twin Lakes Parkway will resume on Tuesday, April 25.  Work involves the construction of a new signal light at Twin Lakes Parkway and Fairview Avenue, a north bound right turn lane, a right lane for west bound Terrace Drive, related sidewalk work and final turf restoration on Twin Lakes Parkway.  Traffic control on Fairview Avenue near Twin Lakes Parkway will be set up and lanes on Fairview Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction.  Twin Lakes Parkway and Terrace Drive will remain open.  A temporary four way stop will be installed at this intersection and remain until the new signal light at this intersection is operational.  Work is expected to be completed by early June.

Road Closures and Detours

Major work on Twin Lakes Parkway is completed and the road is now open. Beginning the April 25, traffic on Fairview Avenue will be reduce to one lane in each direction near Twin Lakes Parkway.  The intersection of Fairview Avenue and Twin Lakes Parkway will be a temporary four-way stop until the new signal light is installed. 


Week of April 24 – Installation of traffic control and removals
Week of May 1 – Construction of north bound and west bound turn lanes at Twin Lakes Parkway and Fairview Avenue.

Project Overview

This project is the third phase of the Twin Lakes Parkway project.  It involves the extension of Twin Lakes Parkway from Prior Avenue to Fairview Avenue.  Arthur Street will be extended to connect into Twin Lakes Parkway.  The new road extension includes one lane of traffic in each direction, pedestrian facilities on both sides of the road, storm water improvements, lighting and landscaping.  A new traffic signal will be installed in the intersection of Twin Lakes Parkway and Fairview Avenue.  Additional turn lanes will also be constructed at Twin Lakes Parkway/Terrace Avenue and Fairview Avenue.  The overall improvements will provide vehicular and pedestrian connections between Cleveland Avenue and Fairview Avenue which will help balance traffic in the area.

Location Map


Proposed Fairview Striping Plan